Friday, March 2, 2018

John Frieda Frizz Ease Products for 2018

John Frieda's Frizz Ease hair care collection has a new color and a new look for 2018! This ultra violet line can be found on the shelves of drugstores and mass retailers everywhere. These products are known for fighting frizz, taming flyaways, and leaving your locks smooth and hydrated.

I was sent some product to try out from the collection including; Secret Weapon Touch-Up Creme, Air-Dry Waves Styling Foam, Daily Nourishment Leave-In Conditioner and Extra Strength 6 Effects Serum. 

This Touch-Up Creme is meant to be applied to dry hair to get rid of the frizzies and poof. It's great this time of year when the cold weather causes static frizz. I put just a teeny amount when I find my hair is not complying. 

This Styling Foam is meant to enhance natural curls and wave. My hair is stick straight so I thought I would pass this on to my twin niece's who have the prettiest thick set of natural curls. It gives their curly locks added shine and manageability. 

This Leave-In Conditioner not only conditions your hair but is a great detangler. It protects against breakage and split-ends and is also great if you blow dry and/or use an iron on your hair as it protects against heat. This has been a hair saver for my daughter whose long hair tangles easily. She spritzes it on her hair and her tangles are easily combed out. 

This Serum protects against frizz and leaves your hair silky soft. I apply a small amount on my hair when it is still wet for some added shine and smoothness. I have really fine hair so I avoid using this near the roots as it will make my already flat hair look even more so. This is great for those that have thick hair or waves. My mom loves this product, she uses it daily and her hair is sooo soft!

You can get these and other products in the Frizz Ease collection wherever hair products are sold. 

The featured product{s} in this post were provided to me free of charge by the manufacturer or PR company representing them. All opinions expressed in this review are my own and not influenced in any way by  anyone.

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